Question about Behringer Pmp3000 16 Channel Audio Mixer
I am using a drum machine through the mixer, no problems, then I run a mp3 player and I get a popping noise and everything cuts out. I leave it for a while and it works again but not for long. Seems like an overload problem but but I can't think how it's being overloaded
You may be having early stages of arc over in the main amp. This leads to catastrophic failure of the power amp section (usually the rearward one) and sometimes the power supply.
Facing the back of theunit, usually the left speakon connector is the one that connects to the section that fails.
The arcing is between two layers of a multi-layer board.
Note, if you smell smoke or pop a fuse DO NOT continue to use the device but get immediate servicing.
Posted on Jul 12, 2010
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